Ben Frost

NEW VIDEO AND FREE DOWNLOAD RARE DECAY

https://youtu.be/-AorbE6al7c

A U R O R A w/ MFO
AT OVAL SPACE – 30 APRIL 2015

WITH SUPPORT FROM LAUREL HALO AND 
JACQUES GASPARD BIBERKOPF

Ben Frost has unveiled the video for Rare Decay, previously only available as an exclusive bonus track from the Japanese release of A U R O R A. Created by MFO, the video and free download of the track comes on the eve of Ben Frost’s return to the UK.

Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/-AorbE6al7c and download the track from http://bit.ly/1F7AxdM

Ben Frost w/ MFO performs at the Oval Space, E2, on 30 April 2015, with support from Laurel Halo and Jacques Gaspard Biberkopf - po.st/BenFrostOS.

This new collaboration between Ben Frost and MFO debuted as a commission from Poland’s Unsound Festival and focuses in on one of the permeating themes of Frost’s most recent album, A U R O R A… Light. Frost’s mandate was that it should “feel like being inside a particle accelerator”. MFO’s performance with Ben Frost sits at the forefront of hijacked digital technology.

MFO (Marcel Weber) is a visual artist who works with imagery, light and space. He has been creating and directing audiovisual performances, installations and video works since 2001. MFO’s work is marked by a defined and distinctive aesthetic and his light performances are concerned with memory and perception, identity formation and dissolution – particularly in the context of possible futures and their underlying mythologies.

Frost’s worldwide tour continues into 2015.

BEN FROST :: L I V E
24 April – Donau Festival, Krems, AUT - http://www.donaufestival.at - w/MFO
30 April – Oval Space, London UK - http://www.ovalspace.co.uk - w/MFO
1 May - Gjion, Spain - LEV Festival  - http://www.levfestival.com/15/ - w/ MFO
19 May – Winterthur, Switzerland - http://www.salzhaus.ch/
20 May – Geneve, Switzerland - http://www.lagraviere.net
23 May – Athens, Greece - http://www.romantso.gr/
5 June – Barcelona, Spain - DNIT - www.delicalisten.com
18 June – Lugano, Switzerland - Electrolake festival - http://www.lake-festival.at/
20 June – Toronto, ON - Unsound Luminato - https://luminatofestival.com/ - w/ MFO
22 June – Vancouver, BC - http://imperialvancouver.com/
24 June – Calgary, AB - SLED Island Music & Arts Festival - http://www.sledisland.com/
11 July – Ventspils, Latvia - Juras varti - http://www.jurasvarti.lv/

Ben Frost’s latest album, A U R O R A, is out now. Performed by Ben Frost with guests Greg Fox, Shahzad Ismaily and Thor Harris, the album was largely written in Eastern DR Congo where Frost was working with Richard Mosse and Trevor Tweeten on the Deutsche Börse prizewinning installation, The Enclave.

PRAISE FOR A U R O R A
“…his greatest solo album yet” – Clash
“Frost’s most fully realised work to date” – The Wire
“…the darkest and most powerful recording of his career” – Resident Advisor
“garnered enough enthusiasm to snowball into the ambient event of the year” – Rolling Stone

In addition, Ben Frost recently composed the music for Fortitude, the 12 part series created by Simon Donald. Fortitude starred Christopher EcclestonStanley TucciMichael Gambon and Sofie Gråbøl, listen to an excerpt from Ben Frost’s Fortitude score here: http://bit.ly/1CPBoxU

BEN FROST :: B I O G R A P H Y
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Watch a series of films on A U R O R A by Richard Mosse and Trevor Tweeten & listen to Venter and Nolan here: http://bit.ly/1EGbdvr
Watch a film by Richard Mosse, Ben Frost and Trevor Tweeten from a U.S Navy aircraft carrier: https://vimeo.com/105478034
For further information on Fortitude: http://www.sky.com/tv/show/fortitude
For further information on M F O / Marcel Weber: http://www.MFOptik.de

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PRAISE FOR A U R O R A

“…his greatest solo album yet” – Clash

“Frost’s most fully realised work to date” – The Wire

“…the darkest and most powerful recording of his career” – Resident Advisor

“garnered enough enthusiasm to snowball into the ambient event of the year” – Rolling Stone